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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 22 April 1910

TIIK WEATHER On Friday portly overcast to folr vvcntlicr will prevail, followed with rising temperatures, and on Saturday partly overcast. if JC t? T tC tf 0 jc C JC JC jO H' Seml-Wcekly Feundcd 1908 4 Weekly Founded,J844 J Ctfaen Wayne County Organ REPUBL! PARTY W t a a: es 67th YEAR. HONE SD ALB , WAYNE CO., PA., FRIDAY, APRIL 22, 1910. Oh "AH ma v C0HT1 WILL MEET IN JUNE HARRISBURG THE PLACE Republicans of Keystone State He reive OIllclul Notification. The following call for the Republi can state convention has been issued: "To the Republican Electors of Penn sylvania: "I am directed by the Republican state committee to announce that the Republicans of Pennsylvania, by their duly chosen representatives, will meet In convention at the Majestic theatre. In the City of Harrlsburg, on Wed nesday. June 22, 1910, at 10:30 a. m., for the purpose of nominating candidates for ,the following offices, to wit: "One person for the offlce of gov ernor. "One person for the office of lieu tenant...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 22 April 1910

IHE CITIZEN, Fit! DAY, Al'Itll. 22, 1010. Eyes of Nation on Aldridge Havens Contest. LIKE FOSS IN MASSACHUSETTS Democrats Expect That Republican Plurality of 10,000 Will Be Up set and That Aldridge Will Be Rejected. Rochester. N. Y., April II). Voting1 began todiiy In tho 112(1 precincts of the I Thirty-second coiifrrcHslonitl district of i this state to eliooso a successor to I Jnmcs Block Perkins, Hepultlicau, who died last month. J Thq flplit between CJcoikc W. Aid rldRe, ltepuhlican, and James S. Ila- j vens, DoinmTiit, for election to Mr. j Perkins1 sea: In the house of represent atives has nmde tills election of nation wide iiiteie t and importance. Tlie Democrats rely upon the high ' cost of living and the sentiment . against the I'ayne-Aldrlch tarilT law to turn the 10,000 Hcpulilican plurality In the district Into a r.,000 Democratic plurality for Havens. The charge of graft against Aldridge consequent upon the disclosures as to his receiv ing a $1,000 cheek from the Insura...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 22 April 1910

TI1B CITIZEN, FRIDAY, AIMUIj 22, 1010. SLWIIPJHPRICES. Wheat, Corn and Pork All Show Decline. COST OF LIVING MAY BE LESS. Belief That the Tide of Speculative Inflation Which Hat Swept the Country Has Reached Its Maximum. Chlcngo, April 11). Wheat 1ms drop ped 2 cents In the Inst twenty-four hours, selllnc nt $1.Q5VL for May. This la n smash of !) to 10M cunts from the high point of about a month ago, when prices were the highest of the .season. Corn, which has been on the down grade for two months, is selling at GGV& cents for -May, a loss of 11 cents from the hlnh point In January. Oats have declined 7 cents In the tmine time. It is wild that the vast tide of specu lative I ii tin ( Ion which has swept the country for the last three years lias reached Its maximum and that a lower level for all values Is In order, and possibly there will be a decrease in tin cost of llvlnjr If the retailers who ex act excessive margins of profit can be forced to work for loss. The I'atten Intere...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 22 April 1910

THE CITIZEN, FIUDAV, APKIIi 22, 1010. THE CITIZEN NO W1UT AGAINST SHEATZ. TUDUBI1ED RVKIIT WEDNK8PAT AND FRIDAY RV IHK CITIZEN rUIlLIBIILNU COMfANT. Entered as second-class matter, nt the post otUcc. Honesdale. l'n. SUBSCRIPTION ?1.50 K. n. HAKDKN'BEKGH. - - PllKSIDKNT W. W. WOOD. - MANAOKK AND SKO'Y DinccTORs: 0. II. DOnrLINdER. M.B. AM.1W. OKNUY WILSON. K. II. IIAIlDllNIlKBOlt. W. W. WOOD. Kill DAY, AIMUIj ii!2, 1010. Tho thing which worries the pro fessional tramp tho most Is why other fellows work. Thero might bo more mnrrlngo licenses tnken out If tho price were reduced from ?1 to 99 cents. Why not copy tho example of Ire land every family raiso its own pig and thus defy tho Meat Trust? Trying to get warm by looking at a street lamp is about as satisfac tory as trying to get to heaven on your wife's religion. Out in Chicago a physician diag nosed love as a temporary derange ment of the nervous system. This may be true of tho Chicago variety, but in some places It is permanent a...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 22 April 1910

rilE CITIZEN, FRIDAY, APRIL 22, 1010. CENT A WORD COLUMN mUIKJi: VAINTLNG Bids for painting Seolyvillo and Mnng's Btato bridges will bo received at tho Com missioners' office, Honcsdalc, until 9 a. m. Tuesday, May 3rd. Paint fur nished by county. 3t. FOR Flagging, Curbing, and Step9 call on Miller, 174 Delaware St. eoi 4t. DON'T work too hard. A Cam bridge sulky plow snves one-half of your plowing labor and does It bet ter. Murray Co., Honcstlale, Pn. TWHIjVK muslin trespass notices for $1.00; six for scvcnty-llvc cents. Name of owner, township and law regarding trespassing printed there on. CITIZEN office. IjAWX DRESSING and Garden Fertilizer at Murray Co., Honesdnle, I'enn'n. FOH SAL10 A walnut upholster ed, parlor set of furniture consist ing of sofa and two large cnairs. In quire Citizen Office. tf FOIl TIIK IiAXl SAKKS use our fertilizers. They make the crops grow. Murray Co., Honesdale, Pa. FOK SALIS CHEAP Two beds, a 10-foot oak dining room table and fi chairs to match, and a...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 22 April 1910

THE CITIZEN, l'HIDAY, AIMUIj 22, 1010. y LIVE' m STOCK DEVICE FOR DRESSING HOGS. Frame Is Made Similar to That Used In Derrick for Hay. An excellent method of constructing a hog scaling mid hanging outllt is, first, put up three poles IS feet long, malting a derrick similar to one some times used for stacking hay. To do the scalding use n pair of tacklo blocks, setting a barrel or scalding vat under the center of tho poles and doing the lifting with tho tackle. A platform for scraping is of course nec essary. The next step is to set up a revolv ing or turning pole with two cross arms, ns shown in the cut. The cross arms should he mortised in and held firmly in place by bolts. Tho bottom Hog Dressing Device, of the pole should have an iron pin driven into it, and a hole bored in the crosspiece at the bottom, into which the pin fits, to hold the polo in place as it is turned. A hole is also bored In the upright pole high enough to in sert a stick of hardwood or irontbar to turn tho po...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 22 April 1910

THE CITIZEN, FRIDAY, APHIIj 22, 1010. A Copyright, CHAPTER X. NICHOLAS squirmed n little In bis chair. "Mr. Dovlne Is In ninuy ways acra rcninrkable man." "II ho were only something besides a stock gambler. If be would only ap ply his tnleiits to something differ ent." "1 hadn't thought of his talents as being misdirected." he said slowly. "But he has evidently been listening to some one who thinks as you do, for he tells me that ho has given up spec ulating In stocks." "lie he has given upl Why? When?" "At noon today, when he obtained control of the P.. Z. and N. railroad and became its president." "A railroad prcsldcntl YVh?, that Is quite quite respectable. Isn't It?" "Almost," gravely assented Mr. Wal loway. "Isn't he splendid?" exclaimed the countess, clasping her hands. "And don't you think, Nicholas, now that ho has well, reformed that he will bo asked about among ulce people?" "My dear countess," began Nicholas, once more assuming the Judicial poso, "you must not forget that...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 22 April 1910

TUB CITIZEN, FIUDAY, AIMUIj 23, 1010. f CORRESPONDENTS' COLUMN i ! THE MOST 11ELIABJ.K MEDIUM VOll SPREADING 1 4 HM' PLEASANT MOUNT. Mr. Davis lias moved Into the up per hotel and Frank O'Nell, the former manager, has moved his family Into Mrs. Frank Blgdon's rooms. Emma Lenipko spent several daya of last week In Carbondalo. Misses Huth and Marguerite Ken nedy nro guests of Thompson friends for a few days. Grace Fulkerson spent the week end with Mnrguerlto Kennedy. Claud Fulkerson, tho music deal er of Cnrbondale. placed a line new piano In the home of Warren Spen cer last week. Miss Olive Usher, of tlnlondnle, has a class of music students In town. At a meeting of the Village Im provement society last Saturday af ternoon, It was voted to ask the boys of town to help keep the park In proper order, and to discontinue use of same for ball playing. A supper and social is advertised for Tuesday evening, April 2Gth. for benefit of above society. Tho funds are especially needed for keepin...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 27 April 1910

THE WKATIIKK Wednesday partly ovcrcn-st nnd nearly stationary tern porntures will prevail, wltli light and frenh variable winds. K t? " K" tf" JC tf c jc jo K" ic t? rr t? tc Scml-Weekly Founded Y Weekly "Founded. 1844 2 IV JP V JC " K Jf if JO X K" "! K X" x; r- , . . ifK. ' of the REPUBLICAN 5 St 1 67th YEAR. HONESDALE, WAYNE CO., PA., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 27, 1910. 5 i NO. 33 HUCHES ACCEPTS. Governor Will Enter United States Supreme Gourt. HINT OF A TAFT PROMISE, Selection Viewed With Satisfaction by Justices and Statesmen at Wash ington and Prompt Confirma tion Is Expected. Washington. April 20. Charles E nughes, governor of Now York state hns accepted President Taft's olTer ol nn npiiulntment to the supreme court bench, nnd his nomhmtlon Is now be fore the Semite. ! This means that Mr. Hughes will re sign from the governorship nnd that Horace White of Syracuse will sue-, ceed hhu In the executive chair nt Al bany, i It Is being suggested here that Presl-' dent Taft may have assured...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 27 April 1910

THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, AIMt. 27, 1010. WASHINGTON LEHER BURGLARS' TOOLS. By CARL Most of Them Made by Supposedly I Respectable Mechanics. Corre- Every Httlo whllo, said n detecUvo I recently, tho police arrest n mnn wun SCHOril-LI). Special spondcnt. The District of Columbia elnlms to a set of burslar'a tools In his posses- have the rentest collection of stnMien slon, and ono naturally wonders where and monuments perpetuating the mem. they all como from. . . T. lm Mnn.. n In... n mm nf nnV fin. ory of the nation's great men. No i " " " other city can boast of such a valuable """ V " h. J- array of marble and bronr.c linage of men who helped to make the United States the lending nation of tho world. The Capital's Statues. The total nmount of money expended for nil the statues in the District is estimated at $5,000,000. While this sum Is enormous, it docs not adequate ly represent tho value of tho statues. Many of them were erected by nets of congress with money appropriated from the...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 27 April 1910

THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, A Pit. 27, 1010. A MOVING PICTURE FEAT. Maklrv the Scens "The Parting of the Red 8ea." You'd bo surprised to know how re sourceful some of tho photographer aro today. There Is n film which hns lately been sent out nil over tho coun try that marks tho climnx In the art of motion plcturo faking. I don't hc llcvo ono man In a thousand who sees It will havo the least Idea how It wns done. It represents the flight of the children of Israel and give tho scene where Moses waved his wnnd and the Red sea parted. Tho man who took tho picture spent twelve hours on tho Rod sea section alone. Ho singled out a spot on the shore of Long Island where there was a sand bar which was out of water at low tide and under water at high. Uo started at high tide and took, say, a score of pictures of the sea as It look ed then. After fifteen minutes he reel ed off nnothcr twenty, and tlfteen min utes later ho did the same. Thus at tho end of six hours he hnd a film showing tho changes...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 27 April 1910

THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, AI'K. 37, 1010. THE CITIZEN rUBLleilKD KVKRT WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY I1T T1IR CITIZEN rUMJBlltUn COMI-ANT. Entered ns second-class matter, nt tliopost olllcc. llonesdnlc. J'n. SUBSCRIPTION 11.50 K. 11. HAKDKNllKHGII, PJtKSIDKNT W. W. WOOD. - MAXAGKK AND SKC'Y nntixTone: 0. II. DORFI.IKQER. M. II. AM.K.N. IIKNBT WILSON. E. B. ll.UtniCNHER(llt. V. W. WOOD. WEDNESDAY, AIMUIj 'JT, 11)10. When n woman wants to get rid or her husband for nn hour, she sends him up stairs to get some thing from tho pocket of her dress. Which Is the greater evil to Honesdale, the Galilean who Is earn ing his bread by the sweat of his brow, or tho Organizer who gets his bread while a lot of other fellows do the sweating? There arc many striking exam ples of tho value of good roads. Wherever roads have been perma nently improved it Is found that there has been n very great in crease in value of the adjacent property. This is Just tho right size toAvn to settle down in and enjoy life. Every...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 27 April 1910

t rilE CITIZEN, WERNESHAY, APR. i!7, 1010. CENT A WORD COLUMN WANTED Four experienced glass cutters who wish to become equal pnrtners In a co-operntlvc com pany to manufacture cut glass. Cap ital required, $250 each. Address correspondence, GLASS CUTTER, care this ofllce. 33t2. iminnE paixtixcs uwb for painting Seclyvlllo and Mnng's state bridges will be received at the Com missioners' olllce, Honesdale, until 3 a. m. Tuesday, May 3rd. I'alnt fur nished by county. 3t. FOR Flagging, Curbing, nnd Stops call on Miller, 174 Delaware St. eol 4t. DOX'T work too hard. A Cam bridge sulky plow saves one-half of your plowing labor nnd does It bet ter. Murray Co.. Honesdale, Pa. TWELVE muslin trespass notices! for $100; six for seventy-five cents. Name of owner, township and law regarding trespassing printed there on. CITIZEN fflce- IjAWX IIRESSIXO and Gnrdon Fertilizer at Murray Co., Honesdale, l'enn'a. FOR SALE A walnut upholster ed, parlor set of furniture consist ing of sofa nnd two large ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 27 April 1910

THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, Al'Il. 27, 1010. HEW SHORT STORIES Retort of the Limelight Man. Forbcs-nobcrtson at n dinner in New York prnlsed the American critical sense. "But," he said, slfihlnp, "Isn't your criticism In Its clarity and directness too cruel sometimes? "I remember a brother actor who played one night In a small western town. At the climax of the third act of lils play tho limelight was always thrown upon him. In this town, how ever, the limelight man shot tho light "WHY DIDN'T YOU MOVE THE YhX, THEN?'1 nine or ten feet to the left, and It was from the blackest shadow that my friend had to make his best speech. "Naturally, at the end of the act, he indignantly asked the limelight man why the deuce tho light hadn't been thrown where it belonged. " 'Fly in the way,' tho limelight man answered, biting a chew from a plug of tobacco. "'Why didn't you move the fly, then?' shouted my friend. The limelight man rolled his to bacco to the other cheek, looked at my friend dreamily a...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 27 April 1910

THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, AVll. 27, 1010. The Scrap Book Appearancat Deceitful. She bad nil the enrnwrks of a green stenographer, nnd It therefore occurred to the fresh young clerk thnt hero .was one -whom ho could guy to his Lenrt's content. After luncheon hour, when all the men were In Uio office, seemed the best timo to show what n wag he was. Tipping them thnt he was going to have some fun, he went up to her nnd said, "Oh, Miss T., I heard tho funni est story today," nnd ho proceeded to get off n time honored patriarch of n joke. When he had nnlshed she looked at him guilelessly nnd said, "Oh, Mr. X., If you ever hear tho mate to that will you tell me?" "Tho mate?" said he. rather bewil dered. "Well, you know," snld she, "Noah took n pnir of nil things Into tho nrk with him. and now thnt I know one of the Jokes really I would love to know the other." IJpplueott's. It Never Comes Again. There ore trains for all our losses, Tlicro are balms for all our pains, But when youth, the dre...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 27 April 1910

THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, APR. 27, 1010. z CORRESPONDENTS' COLUMNS THE MOST RELIABLE MEDIUM FOK ( SPREADING INFORMATION t INDIAN ORCHARD. Mrs. Shepherd Onrrett, of Beach hake, spent several days with rela tives here last week. lrma and Ethel Ham were guests of White Mills friends last week. Walter Garrett of Brooklyn, Is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Shephard Garrett of Ueach Lake. W. C Spry. Mike Tenbus, Hay Hayly and W. II. and K. N. Mar shall made a business trip to Nar rowsburg on Thnrsdny last. Earl C. Ham and bride, -who have been spending several days In tho metropolis, returned home on Sat urday. Alice Maloney, or Laurella, wns a guest of Mrs. Hay Hayly on Thurs day. Mrs. W. 11. Marshall spent Wed nesday last with relatives and friends at the lake. Wo called on Charles E. Neal, the poultry man, at East Beach Lake, on Thursday last. We found the proprietor and his amiable wife car- ing for several hundred little chicks, as well as gathering dozens of eggs which are crated ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 29 April 1910

TIfK WEATHER On Friday fiUr weather and light nortlicrl' to westerly wind will prevail, with slowljr rising temperatures. K K f tf if V if tC V C & K ? C K t? iC Scml-Wcckly Founded 1 1 ICIIIL r. t? grafr ;o :o o K ir y k x ic . wBCSi- ... I lm otthe v " 3 J RErjff LICAN PARTY . J t Mwfw't kt J t 1908 k Weekly Founded, 1844 b7th YEAR. HONESDALB, WAYNE CO., PA., FRIDAY, APRIL 29, 1910. NO. 34 c INSURGENTS Democratic Senators De mand Understanding. ARE TIRED OF "FLIRTATION Congress Enlivened by Most Interest Ing Political Episode of Present Session Jeffersonians Ask La Follette Band to Join Hands. Washington, April 28. Democrats In the senate turned upon the Insurgents yesterday and left tlicm stranded and very imicli embarrassed. It was the most Interesting political episode that has occurred In the senate tills session and probably will have a sobering ef fect upon Insurgency. Senator Itayner of Maryland and Senator Bnlley of Texas both hi effect served notice on the Insurgents ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 29 April 1910

D V Tins citizen, fuidav, Ariuii s, 1010. IE CROWBETTER So Says Carnegie as He Boosts Negro Race. TAFT LAUDS THE SPEAKER. President Soys Steel King Keeps Him Busy Making Speeches at New Li braries Envies Him For All the Good He Can Do With Money. AVnshliiKtnn, April 2(5. President Tnft mid Andrew Ciirnppio were the prin cipal speakers nt the dedication of ttic Carnegie library of Howard university. The president spoke lirielly, referring to tlio "eivy" men must feel of the great and tmil work Mr. Carnegie has done with (lie wealth he has ninde. i Mr. Carnegie dwelt hi a land of epl grams; told why he liked to liulld lllira- t rlcs; declared that to hooks he owed his success and wound up by predict- . lng a great future for the negro race. Mr. Tnft Joked about Mr. Carnegie's i declaration that ho had been "coin- , manded by the president" to attend ; many functions of dlll'erent kinds. "Mr. Carnegie," said the president, -"says that he came here because 1 ' commanded him to. lie Indi...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 29 April 1910

THE CITIZEN, Fill DAY, APRIL 20, J010. FACTS IN FEW LIS Arlstotlo described a cotnet which 1 appeared B. C. 371. In Spain shoeblncking Is mixed with wino instead of wntcr. A part of tho lower Engndino In Switzerland is being converted into a ational park. Nearly 10,000 beds in London hos pitals are dally occupied by the Blck ind maimed poor. Every day the railroads of New York city move So per cent of the population of the city. Tho United States imports about 125,000 tons of unmanufactured chalk a year, mainly from England and Gcr many. From 17S0 to 1009, Inclusive, tho government of the United States spent $171,1(5:1,017 In caring for the Indians of the country. Flro played less havoc In the wood lands of the national forest states last year than it did in 100S, although tho number of fires was 410 greater. Tho numbct of accidents in street and steam railroads within the city f New York was 5G.1S1 in 100S, while In 1000 (he number was reduced to r.2.ClS. A lock of Napoleon's hair,...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 29 April 1910

X11K CITIZUtf, PKIOAY, AIMUIj SO, 1010. THE CITIZEN rOBMSHEn KVKKV WEDNE8DAY AND FRIDAY BY Till! CITIZEN rmiLIBIIIKO COMrANY. lintomlns Beconcl-clnss ninttor, at the post olllce. llonesdulc. I'n. SUBSCIUPTION ?1.G0 K. II. IIAHDENllElUill. PRESIDENT W. W. WOOD. MANAGER AND SECY D1RIXT0I1: 0. H. DORFLINUER. M. II. AI.LKN. UKNRY WILSON. It. I). IIAIlDENBKRUIt. W. W. WOOD. IjTUDAY, Al'It. an, 1010. The man who calls out in the morn ing that he is getting up, when ho Isn't, simply lies in bed. The most disgraceful sight ono over sees in this town is a number of young boys, not yet in theli teens, with cigarettes in their mouths. A boy behind a cigarette is a fit subject for the reform school. From every view point the farming class of this country is In better shape now than at any period since the Civil war. More people own their own homes and little farms; more are free from tho yoke of bondage in flicted by burdensome debts; more are becoming independent each year by making a comforta...

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